|Rácz Attila Profane And Sacred World ( Profanny A Sakralny Svet) - Attila Racz|
The basic idea in this article refers to the fact that there isn’t such a thing in this entire world as a non-religious person. Regardless of the lack of sacredness of our world, there still can be found some traces of a religious valuing. Even the profane zone keeps some sort of privileged places, different from others and special, like: the birthplace, the childhood road, and many others...
Keywords: profane; sacred; philosophy; worldview; sacred world
|SLOVENSKÝ KRESŤANSKÝ ZÁSIELKOVÝ OBCHOD - Kadak, Paul K.|
This is a product catalogue published on behalf of Paul (Pavel) K. Kadak, P.O. Box 79, Scranton, Pennsylvania. The only date visible is 1901. The catalogue is in the Slovak language with a few words and place names in English. Products include pocket watches, watch fobs and chains, necklace charms, pendants, crosses, rings, cufflinks, practical typewriters (like a label maker), stamps, stamp sets with letter inserts, pens, razors, belt strops, clippers, and Greek-Catholic Union regalia...
Keywords: Slovak; Eastern European; Immigrant; Paper Ephemera; Catalogues; Catalogs; Jewelry; Watch; Pocket Watch; Scranton; PA; Mail Order; Greek Catholic Union; Slavism; Slovakia; Slav